North Beach News for November 16, 2019

News Release, Town of North Beach

2020 Trash, Bulk and Recycle Schedule

Please visit this link to read more about trash, recycling and bulk pick up. At this link, you will find the trash schedule for the 2020 calendar year. If you would like a hard copy of the schedule, feel free to stop by Town Hall.


Got Leaves? Head to Sneade’s!

Fall means beautiful foliage, but with this comes falling leaves. Please bag or haul away all leaves and yard debris. We are asking you, as a town resident, to do your part in keeping the leaves off the streets and out of the storm drain collection system. This will ensure proper water flow and will prevent the need for difficult and costly removal of this material from the drains. We ask that you bag the leaves you collect in paper leaf bags and set them out with your regular trash. The trash contractor will collect regular trash first and then leaf bags. If there are more than 5 bags, the contractor will have to get them at a later time.

We are excited to announce that our friends at Sneade’s Ace Hardware have a special offer for the Town of North Beach residents! Now through December 31, 2019, town residents may purchase the 5-pack of 30 Gallon Lawn and Leaf bags at a 10% discount! The brown paper leaf bags are better for the environment because they compost, unlike plastic bags. To take advantage of this discount, you must show your photo ID with the address showing zip code 20714. Thank you, Sneade’s Ace Hardware, for partnering with the town on promoting environmental-friendly practices!


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